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Tom Lawrence

The regular season is over for the Powell Panthers and head coach Chase Kistler is eager to see which team will appear on the floor at Lander Valley High School today (Thursday) — the high-flying squad that runs over opponents, or the at-times listless team that struggles to keep its focus.

It’s Trappers time!

For the first time ever, the Northwest College men’s basketball team is hosting the Region IX tourney. Four games will be played today (Thursday), with tip-offs set for 1, 3, 5 and 7 p.m.

Council endorses staffer’s plan to guard against invasive insect

Del Barton has a plan to protect Powell’s tree population.

Thumbs up to the the Powell High School wrestling team, which claimed its fourth consecutive state 3A title last weekend.

Thumbs up to the Powell Police Department for choosing to equip its patrol officers with body cameras.

few months after saying he had no plans to place body cameras on his officers, Powell Police Chief Roy Eckerdt has acquired a grant to do just that.

Thumbs up to the town hall meeting held Friday by state Reps. David Northrup and Dan Laursen, both Republicans from Powell.

We’re all getting older, the lucky ones, anyway.

Hear those ankles and knees crack and pop? Rejoice. Sore back, receding hairline and an unwanted roll or two around the middle? Celebrate.

PHS dominates at Lander to hand 3A West leader first conference loss

The Powell Panthers took a big bite out of first-place Lander Valley on the Tigers’ home court Saturday night.

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